Announces continent wide 8 city tour

Following the release of her latest compilation ‘House Of Cuppy II’ Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola aka DJ Cuppy is set to kick off an 8 city continent wide tour across Africa.

Following the release of her  latest compilation ‘House Of Cuppy II’ Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola aka DJ Cuppy is set to kick off an 8 city continent wide tour across Africa. Titled ‘Cuppy Takes  Africa’, the ambitious tour which kicks off August in Nigeria will run through 8 countries with a final stop in South Africa.

“Exploring Africa and its vast culture has always been a dream of mine,” she explained at a press conference in Lagos on July 8. “I am so excited to  discover the music, the people and soak in experiences from this tour!” She added.

The celebrated DJ who has under her belt,  a slew of high profile jobs including the 2014

Financial Times Summit and MTV Africa Music Awards, is passionate about the education of Africa’s future leaders, and will support girl’s schools and NGO’s in every country she visit through the tour in partnership with the Dangote Foundation.

The ‘Cuppy Takes Africa’ Tour will include performances, major artiste collaborations press ops, and charitable engagements is   proudly sponsored by GTBank. The tour which begin in Nigeria will continue to Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa.

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